QC distributes Relief Aid to Poisoning-Affected People in Kosovo
Qatar Charity (QC) provided urgent relief aid to those affected by poisoning in the western Kosovo town of Decan, benefiting more than 5,000 people.
The assistance consisted of medicines for emergency cases infected with poisoning and safe drinking water for families in the affected areas, in coordination with local authorities.
Authorities in Decan declared a state of emergency, and local and international humanitarian organizations were urged to intervene and provide urgent relief aid to the residents of the poisoning-stricken town.
The mayor of Decan Bashkim Ramosaj thanked Qatar Charity for its immediate response and effective intervention in the crisis.
Qatar Charity is one of the most significant interveners in the crises in Kosovo, through full coordination with municipal authorities, assessment of field needs, selection of the best field intervention methods, and application of the internationally recognized standards. (QNA)
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